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For survivors of Ebola, the crisis isn’t over | Soka Moses

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In 2014, as a newly trained physician, Soka Moses took on one of the toughest jobs in the world: treating highly contagious patients at the height of Liberia's Ebola outbreak. In this intense, emotional talk, he details what he saw on the frontlines of the crisis — and reveals the challenges and stigma that thousands of survivors still face.

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39 Comments on For survivors of Ebola, the crisis isn’t over | Soka Moses

  1. Nice

  2. Albert Silva // 14th April 2018 at 6:48 pm // Reply

    Nice…. Omg

  3. Hoàng Kim Việt // 14th April 2018 at 6:49 pm // Reply

    And we will have more deseaeses which are dangerous than Ebola. The medicines can’t kill the viruses immmediately. To have new medecines, scientists mút to study in 10 years. But virus’ evolution is much faster than that :-0

  4. Jose Daniel Garcia // 14th April 2018 at 7:02 pm // Reply

    Thanks for this great talk

  5. Chuffin 'ell // 14th April 2018 at 7:09 pm // Reply

    Just when I think people are starting to wake up.

  6. Watching TED is my good deed for the day!

  7. Now I understend how tiny my problems are

    • Chris Fokjohn // 14th April 2018 at 8:51 pm // Reply

      Sako Murat It’s almost like you’re smarter than creating problems like widespread disease because you’re capable of washing your hands. Who knew!

    • +Chris Fokjohn
      You don’t know anything about Ebola or disease transmission.

  8. backdrop drum and bass // 14th April 2018 at 7:24 pm // Reply

    Do U no da wae

  9. ParanoidPixel // 14th April 2018 at 7:25 pm // Reply

    Let’s talk about the people in his country who attacked the clinics where doctors and nurses were trying to cure them.

    • GloryToArya 8841 // 14th April 2018 at 8:13 pm // Reply

      ParanoidPixel Is that his fault? Is he personally responsible for everyone, everywhere? What’s your problem? Why do people like you exist?

      You find every possible reason under the sun to criticize people that are at the very least doing something to help others.

      Why do people like you even exist????

    • ParanoidPixel // 14th April 2018 at 8:56 pm // Reply

      GloryToArya 8841 I just want to talk about it =)

    • Redstoner KBC // 14th April 2018 at 10:56 pm // Reply

      GloryToArya 8841 When a man and a woman love each other very much….well you get the idea.

  10. maybe stop eating half-rotten rodents and start cooking your meals.

    • Jill Sutherland // 14th April 2018 at 8:27 pm // Reply

      This isn’t necessary, nor is it how any of this works. You’re clearly not intelligent enough. Big mouth and crazy ideas knocking about in that thick skull of yours.

    • Chris Fokjohn // 14th April 2018 at 8:36 pm // Reply

      Jill Sutherland That was a massive lump of bullshit there

    • Art Of Warring // 14th April 2018 at 8:50 pm // Reply

      Jill Sutherland …Have you seen Monrovia, Liberia? Please go move there, you’ll totally be happy.

  11. This man is the commander

  12. He gives a really good inside to emphasize with the ebola survivors. He isn’t offering any solutions, but he makes a really good job getting people aware of some problems.
    It is not really easy to understand what this peopne are getting through

  13. get better, Liberia!!

  14. It’s just TED talk Africa now

  15. God bless you man and keep doing and instigating others also to help the needy people……..

  16. You are the one of professional docter in the world.
    Thanks God

  17. Echo Chamber Infiltrator // 14th April 2018 at 8:17 pm // Reply

    Stay tuned for the next Ted talk: Why African Cuisine Has Been Downplayed By Whiteness And The Patriarchy

  18. david Taylor // 14th April 2018 at 8:21 pm // Reply

    What an amazing person

  19. Susan's Easy Recipes // 14th April 2018 at 8:26 pm // Reply

    Get better all. Great talk.

  20. When did Ted talks become a mecca for hateful, malicious and venomous angry white males, that are always obsessed with attacking anything/anyone non-white?

    These comments are toxic.

    • Stephen Catton // 14th April 2018 at 9:34 pm // Reply

      having scrolled down and read most of these comments it seems to me that you are all butt hurt about not very much … when did you become such a snowflake?

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